By Susie Jones, NewsRadio 830 WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The vendor affectionately known as Wally the Beer Man will be selling beer at the Twins home opener this Friday.

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But it won’t be inside Target Field.

“I’m going to move on to a new venture in my life at Sneaky Pete’s as a celebrity beer vendor,” said Wally McNeil.

Though he was found not guilty of selling beer to minors at a Minnesota Twins game last fall, the company that sells beer at Target Field, Delaware North, has said he is suspended indefinitely.

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McNeil says it’s time to move on, because he didn’t want to fight the suspension.

McNeil’s fellow beer vendor Ed Stepnik was found guilty of a gross misdemeanor following the sting at Target Field last September. An unnamed juror told reporters that he felt McNeil was entrapped, but Stepnik simply made a mistake.

Stepnik said he was distracted the night of the sting because he was waiting on the results of recent cancer tests.

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WCCO’s Susie Jones Interviews Wally McNeil